International Community Law Review 8: 81–121, 2006. 81 © 2006 Koninklijke Brill NV. Printed in the Netherlands. * BA, summa cum laude , University of Notre Dame, 1999; JD, University of North Carolina, 2003; LLM Public International Law, University of Amsterdam, 2004; PhD Candidate, School of Law, Queen’s University Belfast, research commenced October 2004. The author would like to acknowledge the gen- erous ﬁnancial support of the Overseas Research Students Awards Scheme and Queen’s University Belfast to his current research. While accepting full responsibility for this article’s content, the author would like to thank Prof. Phil Scraton and Dr. Jean Allain of the School of Law, Queen’s University Belfast, for their valuable comments. A much less exhaustive study of the due diligence principle under international law appears in Robert P. Barnidge, Jr., States’ Due Diligence Obligations with Regard to International Non- State Terrorist Organizations Post-11 September 2001: The Heavy Burden That States Must Bear , 16 I R . S TUD . I NT ’ L A FF . 103, 106–10 (2005). The Due Diligence Principle Under International Law ROBERT P. BARNIDGE, JR.* Abstract. This article explores the interface of state responsibility, non-state actors, and the due diligence
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